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Charlevoix, Michigan, located In the Northwest lower
peninsula. Bordered on the west t>y Lake Michigan and on
the east by beautiful Lake Charlevoix. A town blessed by an
abundance of natural beauty and highlighted in the
summer by petunia lined streets. Charlevoix High School
renowned for producing Academic excellence and superior
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"STARS OF 93"
^^" Ray Kipke
DRUID J. SMITH
In choosing an individual for the Yearbook dedication, we opted to look for someone who does a lot
of things for the benefit of the students, but very seldom receives any recognition for this.
Mr. Smith has been instrumental in developing the Porter Creek alternative school in Boyne City.
This school is for the student who needs a structured setting.
He is also a supporter of school age parents.
Through his encouragement the school has an updated computer lab and has secured more
computers for student use.
Seeing the need for a Human Growth and Development program was also a goal he has achieved.
Through his involvement with Basketball he has helped to produce many talented basketball players.
Overall he is always looking for way to improve things that will be good for the students.
Some of his other accomplishments include being a Middle School Principal, a Varsity Basketball
Coach, -a High School English Teacher and last but not least a High School Principal.
The man whose name is symonymous with Charlevoix High School sports, Ray Kipke died April 29,
The Red Rayders and Kipke Field were named to honor him. He is best remembered by his former
players for instilling in them principles of teamwork, commitment, hardwork and obeying the rules.
Some of the highlights of his coaching career included, the 1938 Basketball team going to the State
Finals. The 1948 team went to the semi finals losing in overtime to the eventual state champs and the
Football team from 1945-1950 had a record of 39-0-2. He also had one all american football player, Bob
The ultimate honor any coach could receive would be the induction into the Michigan High School
Coaches Hall of Fame. Kipke was given this honor in 1974. He was also inducted into the Michigan High
School Football Coaches Hall of Fame in April 1993.
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1947 Football Team
1938 Basketball Team
This 1993 Yearbook will contain a
complete school year. Starting from
Fall activities through Spring Gradua-
tion and Senior Party. We hope you
enjoy this format
25 Computers were added to
create another lab. Top Pic-
ture: J. Conlan and J. Psiho-
paidas Bottom Pictured: J.
Boss and S. Prater
Anne Schairbaum receives the Zonta Award
92 Football Team 7-2 record.
Second in Conference and first
time they went to playoffs, los-
ing to Montaque.
Honorable Mention: Brandon Webb, Chris Pease, David Donner
All Conference: Vince Voisin, Keith Carey, Don Jess, Ben Whit-
ley, Jody McGlinch
Matt Smith placed second in
Class C in the state for Cross
Nancy Dammann received recognition as
a National Merit Scholarship Winner.
ALL CONFERENCE SKIING
C. Campbell, H. Miller, A. Spang, S. Siegwart, J. Kline Missing, K. Keller
J.H. Heck 1st Team All-State
FOOTBALL ALL CONFERENCE
Don Jess and Brad DeGrow
Ski Teams win Conference. Both Teams get second in Regioals . . . Boys get fourth in
State and Girls get fifth.
Keith Parish in Wrestling makes it a second time to Regionals, but is
David Donner and Mike Sexson become the first
male cheerleaders Charlevoix has ever had.
Academic Letter were awarded this year to recognize high achiev-
CROSS COUNTRY ALL CONFERENCE
Elsa Conlan, Becca Chamberlane
FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION
V. Voisin, K. Carey, Missing J. Psihopaidas
H S-OPY COMSTiTUTid
Cross Country Ski Team
L. Hoadley, C. LeButt, J. Dshaleer, D. Laucher, M. Dickinson
Volleyball Honorable Mention
L. Loder, C. Swigara
Cross Country Honorable Mention
L. Hoadley, A. Livingston, T. Holm, M. Keem, N. Moore
Jake Porath receives the
John Phillip Sousa award
for excellence in music
Sports Medicine Specialist
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Symphony Band receives all ones in District and State competition
J. Wheat, Orator
J. Parish, Storyteller
BASKETBALL ALL CONFERENCE
L. Crunch, B. Bragg
Cross Country Honorable Mention
C. LaButt, G. Arnold
FIRST TEAM DOUBLES
R. Zellers, J. Pfluecke
CROSS COUNTRY ALL REGIONAL
J. Scheels, M. Smith, M. Bush
STATE FINALS DUO
A. Buday, K. Hunter
L. Crunch, L. Doan
STATE LE. TEAM
Bottom Row L-R N. Himebauch, E. McKinney, D. Skeel, L. Browe, K. Parish, W. Jacobs
Top Row K. Hunter, A. Buday, P. Keehn, J. Parish, J. Wheat
ALL STATE 1600 RUN
STATE FINALS MULTIPLES
D. Skeel, N. Himebauch, L. Browe, W. Jacobs. K. Parish, E. McKinney
ALL CONFERENCE CROSS COUNTRY
M. Smith, M. Bush, E. Hess
ALL LEAGUE AND ALL REGION
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CHAR-EM SHARKS 1993 N. Michigan Hockey Association Batam Champs Front Row L-R M. Banach (Pet), C. Carr, Z. Kehrer, E.
Rowell Back Row L-R E.J. Ranville, A. Bonser (Pet), D. Bellairs, E. Vogel, G. Wagar (Harbor Springs), J. Biggerstaff, Coach S. Kehrer
ALL DISTRICT SOFTBALL ,,, ,t^.^,,^.x^
M. Cox, L. Crunch, M. Crunch, A. Doan, ^LL LEACUE HON MENTION ALL DIST HON MENTION
A Buday Doan, A. Buday, A. Pischner C. Kaczynski, W. Wujcik
SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS . . ^ ^ . . ,.,. , , ... Rich Kelly, Business Manager, Dr. Roberta Jackson, Superintendent
MaryLee Campbell, Max Novak, President Ardeth Wieland, Vice- ^^^j^ ^\ ^^^^^ Ynuc\w\ Richard Swenor, Asst High
President, Ben Cunningham, Larry Levengood, Steve Czerkes, Trust- g^j^^^, Principal/ A.D., Van Smith. Elementary Principal, Dennis Van-
ees, Scott Beatty, Secretary
Guilder, Middle School Principal
Joanne Carlson/Secretary, Eileen JuiUeret/PayroU Clerk, y^^^^ g^^^^, Beverly McClanaghan, Ron Potter, Tom Eggers Missing Mike
Sheryl Bergmann/Bookkeeper, Carol Havens/Secretary to pearsall. Head Maintenance
Superintendent, Missing Judy Boss/Bookkeeper
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Theresa Dean-Rumsey Librarian, Evelyn Noirot Library Aide
Bottom Row L-R Bill Alward Bob Houghton, Cass Russell, Adel Foltice
Top Row L-R Angel Bearss, Jim Bearss, Harold DeYoung, Bob Rowe,
Gordie Russell, Supervisor Missing Leonard Dubey
Pat Drost Secretary/ Principals
Barb Miller Secretary/Asst.
Lieberman/Govt/ Math/ History
Donna Webber/ English
Sue Gengle/English Aid
Ed Crook/ Math
Roger Gowell/ Biology
Beverly Mish/Aide TIM
Jim Jensen has taught sci-
ence for 27 years. He also
teaches driver education.
He is active in the Assembly
God Church and has been a
board member of Campus
Life for 15 years. Upon re-
tirement he plans on staying
in the area and may work as
a self-employed or part time
teacher of driver education.
He would also like to travel
and do some camping. Top
of the list is to spend time
with his grandchildren.
Doris Robinson has been with Charlevoix
Schools for 27 V2 years. She has taught Key-
boarding, Computer Lit., Accounting I and
n, Word Processing and Intro to Business.
Community and school activities include
Yearbook and Newspaper Advisor from
1964 to 1968 and from 1983 to 1992. Mem-
ber of the National Honor Society Selection
Committee. Sunday School Teacher and co-
owner and accountant for a Grade A Dairy
located at Horton Heights.
Her retirement plans include "doing all the
things I couldn't and didn't do while I was
working time and half." Most importantly I
will spend more time with our four grandchil-
Richard McLenon ha
been with the schools for T.
years. He taught Voc Ed
Math and Industrial Arts.
He is looking forward t(
doing some traveling witl
his wife. He would also lik(
to spend some more timi
with his hobby, old car res
Jodi Lyn Allison
Gary David Arnold
Megan Louise Bickersteth
Jaime Boixadds Gimeno
Donna Joy Bowman
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Jenny Rebecca Bowman
Amber Kaye Bradley
Aaron Sue Brock
Heather Lynn Buckner
Christopher Benjamin Coen
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Janel Ann Campbell
Elsa Marie Conlan
Keith Vaughan Carey
Melissa Ann Cox
Sherry Lyn Crandell
Lori Ann Cummings
Christina S. Cupp
Nancy MacAlastair Dammann Lori LeeAnn Darrah
Bradley Morrison Degrow
Eric Scot Dickinson
Tamara Lynn Dietel
Heidi Lynn Dietrich
Brian F. Dixon
Daniel James Dixon
Angelina Maria Doan
David Jay Donner
William Charles C.V. Dreyer II Nicole Marie Egger
Suzanne C. Elzinga
Wendy Marie Engler
John Paul Erber
(Janssa Leigh Fershee
Kamela Nicole Foltz
Jason Wallace Frabis
Megan Erin Friedly
Julie Therese Gengle
Annette Marie Gardner
Renee Elizabeth Gibbard
Eliana Alexis Gebott
Russell Lee Hand
Maclyn Kyi Harshman
John Thomas Hess
Dennis Alan Jinsky
Michelle Marie Keem
Edward Robert Johnson II
Kimberly Michelle Keller
Angela Lynn Lambert
Christopher Lee Lindemier
Paul Matthew Keehn
Laura Elizabeth Kelly
Aimee Anne Livingston
Laura Marie Loder
Jerrie Lynn Lovell
Thomas Andrew McCuUough
Jenna Marie McElroy
Jody D. McGlinch
Autumn Lynn McKenzie
Alison Lynn Moats
Melinda Jane Noirot
Cheryl Colene Nortley
Heather Michelle Nortley
John Michael Parish
Diana Lynne Patrick
Christopher Allen Pease
Marianne Catherine Pfister
James David Pfluecke
Amber E. Phillips
Larry Danal Pop
Jacob Paul Porath
Joshua Robert Scheels
George Jason Psihopaidas
Maria Helene Seaman
Anne Christina Schairbaum
Michael Jeremy Sexson
Paul Bieler Sheets
Dorsey Christina Sherman
Sheila Marie Siegwart
Suzanne Raynae Sineway
Emily Hope Smith
Christal Ann Siwarga
Matthew Todd Smith
Amy Marie Spang
Laura Francine Skippergosh
Kimberly Sue Solomon
Heidi Joy VanderHeide
Vincent Matthew Voisin
Natalie Lynn Ward
Billie Sue Warden
Tanya Marie Weaver
Aimee Beth Whaley
Benjamin W. Whitley
Kari Ann Wilks
Mika J. Wilson
Stacy Lynn Wisdom
James Bruce Withers
Catherine Rose Wojan
Kimberly Ann Wojan
Ronald A. Zellers
Class Flower: DAISY
Class Colors: FOREST GREEN and IVORY
Class Song: WILD WORLD by CAT STEVENS
Class Motto: "Though no one can go back and make a
brand new START, my friend, anyone can
start from now and make a brand new
Janel C. Kim K. Carif. Kim W. Michelle K. Maria S.
Mika and Jennifer Wilson
Paul Keehn I
Future Math Class
ALLISON, JODI — Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12; Ski Team 9,
10, 11, 12; Powderpuff 10; IBA 9, 10, 11; Winter Home-
coming Court 1 2; "A journey of a thousand begins with a
ARNOLD, GARY — Basketball 9, 10, II; Cross Country
11,12; Track 11,12; Spanish Club 9, 1 0, 11 ; Boy's State 1 1 ;
Student Leadership Forum 10; Spain Trip 11; Band 9;
"What fun we'll have, to live the dreams we've always had.
What songs we'll sing, when we at last return again." — Led
BOIXADOS, JAIME — Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12; Basketball 9;
"I do not believe in a fate that falls on men however they act
but I do believe in a fate that falls on them unless they act."
BOWMAN, DONNA — Volleyball 9; Spanish Club 9;
HOSA (Petoskey) 12; "Life is the anything worth living
BOWMAN, JENNY — "Happiness resides not in posse-
sians and not in gold. The feeling of happiness dwells in the
soul." — Democritus
BROCK, AARON SUE — Volleyball 9, 10; "Be willing to
lose a battle in order to win the war."
BUCKNER, HEATHER — Spanish Club 9, 10, 11; Flag
Corp 12; Marching Band 9, 10, 1 1, 12; Concert Band 9, 10,
11, 12; "Never give up, if your heart says go for it; because
the one you love the most is worth every fight."
CAMPBELL, JANEL — National Honor Society 10, 11,
12; Spanish Club 9, 10, 11, 12; Symphonic Marching Band
9, 10, 11, 12; Pep Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Spanish Trip 11; "All
that is gold does not glitter, not all those that wander are
lost." — J.R.R. Tolkiens
CAREY, KEITH — Football 9, 10, 11, 12; Basketball 9,
10, 11, 12; Baseball 9, 10; Track 11, 12; Teacher Aide 11,
12; Junior Escort 11; Fall Homecoming King 12; "If you
build castles in the clouds, your work need not be lost; that is
where they should be. Now put the foundations under them:
Before you can win a game you have to not lose it."
CONLAN, ELSA A. — Student Council Officer 10, 11;
Student Council President 12; French Club 9, 10, 11, 12;
Cross Country 10, 11, 12; Ski Team 9; Cross Country Skiing
11; Fall Homecoming Court 12; "Sit beside a mountain
stream see her waters rise listen to the pretty sound of music
as she flies." — Beatles
COX, MELISSA — Basketball 9; Ski Team 9, 10; Cross
Country 10, 11, 12; Volleyball 11,12; Softball 9, 10, 11, 12;
Spanish Club 9, 10; "Tough times never last; tough people
do.'- — J.D.
CRANDELL, SHERRY — Spanish Club 9, 10; "Love is a
warm shoulder in a cold world,"
CUMMINGS, LORI — Spanish Club 9, 10, 1 1; Marching
Band 9, 10, 11; Symphonic Band 9, 10, 1 1; Pep Band 9, 10,
11; "It's been real. It's been fun, but it hasn't been real fun."
DAMMANN, NANCY — Cross Country 12; Track 12;
Tennis 9, 10, 1 1 ; Cross Country Skiing 11; Volleyball 9, 10;
Debate 9, 10, 11, 12; Drama 9, 10, 11, 12; I.E. 9, 10, 11, 12;
National Honor Society 10, 11, 12; Student Council 12;
"Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die life is a broken
winged bird that can not fly." — Langston Hoghes
DARRAH, LORI LEEANN — Spanish Club 9, 10; Girls
Basketball 9, 10; Volleyball 9, 10; SoftbaU 10, 11, 12; Soc-
cer 1 1; Performing Arts 9, 10, 1 1, 12; "If you think your too
small to have an impact try going to bed with a m<Kqtiito."
— Anita Roddick
DEGROW, BRAD — Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12; FootbaU 9,
10, 1 1, 12; Baseball 9, 10; "A picture is worth 99 words No
ifs and's or things about it if we could have you just listen
now and . . . just tald." — G.T. ^
DICKINSON, ERIC — Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Cross Country
11, 12; IBA 11; National Honor Society 10, 11, 12; Spanish
Club 9, 10, 11; Boys Track 11, 12; "Freedom isn't the
opportunity to do what you want, but the ability to do what
you ought; Morality cannot be defined by independent
DIELEL, TAMI — French Club 10; HOBY Seminar 10:
"Labor like Isreal, has many sorrows. Iths women keep their
fallen and they lament for the future of the children of the
race." — John L. Lewis.
DIETRICH, HEIDI — Student Council Representative 9
10, 1 1, 12; National Honor Society 10, 1 1, 12; Spanish Clut
9, 10, 11; Tennis 9; Fall Homecoming Court 12; Pron:
Committee 11; Spain Trip 11; "We wage wars against peo-
ple who love or worship differently, think differently, or loci
differently, as if difference were the problem. Do tulips figh
against roses, oaks war with maples?"
DIXON, DAN — Football 9; Welding; "Thanks to m^
mom and dad, my girl friend and all the teacher, especiall;
DOAN, ANGELINA — Basketball 9, 10; Volleyball 9, IC
11, 12; Softball 9, 10, 11, 12; Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12
Symphonic Band 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Pep Band 9,10,11,12; Clas
Treasurer 9, 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 9, 10, 11, 12; Spanisi
Club Treasurer 10, 11, 12; Powderpuff 10; Spain Trip 11
Prom Committee 11; Junior Escort 11; Fall Homecomin
Court 12; National Honor Society 10, 1 1, 12; "Laughter is
noisy smile. Procrastination is the thief of time. Life i
change . . . Growth is optional . . . Choose wisely ..."
DONNER, DAVID J. — Spanish Club 9, 10; Football '
10, 11, 12; Cheerleading 12; "The Trouble with religion
that we haven't started practicing it yet." — Williai
DRYER, WILLIAM — Football 9, 10, 11, 12; Studer
Council Rep. 12; French Club 9, 10; Basketball 9, 10; Base-
ball 9, 10, 1 1, 12; National Honor Society 10, 1 1, 12; Prom
Committee 1 1 ; "If a man hasn't discovered something to die
for, he isn't fit to live." — Martin Luther King
EGGER, NICOLE — Basketball 9; Cheerleading 9, 10;
Class Officer (vice-president) 9; Skiing 9, 10, 11; National
Honor Society 10; "Each friend represents a world in us, a
world not born until they arrive, and it is only by this
meeting that a new world is born."
ENGLER, WENDY — Spanish Club 9, 10; "Don't burn
bridges, you'll be surprised how many times you have to
cross the same river."
ERBER, JOHN PAUL
FERSHEE, CARI — Basketball 9, 10, 1 1; Track 9, 10, 1 1;
Band 9; French Club 10; Student Council Rep. 9, 10; Solo
[and Ensemble 12; Powderpuff 10; IBA 10; Student Leader-
ship Forum; Junior Escort 11; "When your stomach is emp-
ty and your mind is full, it's always hard to sleep."
FOLTZ, KAMI — "Each had his past shut in him like the
^aves of a book known to him by heart; and his friends
could only read the title."
FRABIS, JASON WALLACE — French Club 9, 10, 11,
12; Boys State 11; Football 9, 10, 11; Cross Country 12;
Basketball 9; Track 9, 10, 11, 12; Fall Homecoming Court
12; Student Leadership Forum 10; France Trip 12; Indoor
Track 12; Prom Committee 11; Save the Dolphins Club 9,
10, 11, 12; "There are but two ways of rising in the world:
jither by one's own industry or profiting by the foolishness
af others." I plan to use both. "In the country of the blind
;he one-eyed man is king."
FRIEDLY, MEGAN ERIN — Class President 10; Class
V^ice- President 9, II; Student Council Officer 12; National
Hlonor Society 10, 1 1, 12; French Club 9, 10, 1 1, 12; France
Trip 12; Performing Arts 9; Leadership Forum; Basketball
jiO; Tennis 9, 10, 11; Cross Country 12; Prom Committee
1; Sophomore Escort 10; Save the Dolphins Club 9, 10, 1 1,
2; It's quoted that, "Nothing spoils a romance more than a
ense of humor in the woman," but I say, "If my humor doth
ffends, take up your rings and walk." I laugh at everything
or fear of being obliged to cry.
GARDNER; ANNETTE MARIE — Band 9, 10, 11, 12;
[Marching Band 9, 10, 1 1, 12; Solo and Ensemble 9, 10, 1 1,
2; State Solo and Ensemble 10, 11; French Club 10, 12;
onfussius says, "Man who does little makes few mistakes."
GEBOTT, ELIANA — Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Con-
;ert Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 9, 10, 11; Spain Trip
U; Volleyball 9, 10; "!Carpe Diem! Live in the present while
fou can still make changes and don't dwell on the past it will
)nly make the future out of your reach."
3ENGLE, JULIE THERESE — Class Secretary 9, 10,
11, 12; Spanish Club 9, 10; Girls State 11; Cross Country
12; Basketball 9, 10, 11; Cross Country Club 11, 12; Girls
Track 10, 1 1, 12; Cheerleading 9, 10; Performing Arts 9, 10;
Powderpuff 10; Winter Homecoming Queen 12; "The most
precious possession that ever comes to a man in this world is
a womans heart." — Holland
GIBBARD, RENEE — French Club 9, 10, 1 1, 12; Tennis
10; Powderpuff 10; France Trip 12; French Trip 12; Save
the Dolphins 10, 11; "Don't live up what you can't live
CRUNCH, MARY JANE
HAND, RUSSELL — National Honor Society 11, 12
(Vice President); Spanish Club 9, 10, 11, 12; Spain Trip 1 1;
Cross Country 11, 12; Track 11, 12; Marching Band 9, 10,
11, 12; Concert Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Honors Band 11, 12;
Solo and Ensemble 9, 10, 1 1, 12; Jazz Band 9; Junior Escort
11; "In the race of life, it's always too soon to quit!"
HARSHMAN, MACLYN KYE — Track 1 1 ; S.S.O. Aide
12; Mascot (Fall) 12; Drug Free Schools 12; "Please Lord
teach us to laugh again, but God don't let us forget that we
HESS, JOHN — Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12; Football 9, 10, 11,
12; Basketball 9, 10; French Club 9, 10, 11, 12 (Treasurer);
France Trip 12; Boys State 11; IBA 11; "If the blind lead
the blind, they both shall fall in a ditch."
JINSKY, DENNY — Baseball 9, 10; Football 9, 10, 11,
12; Basketball 9; Track 11, 12; FaU Homecoming Court 12;
"Successful crime is a virtue."
JOHNSON, ED — Boys State 11; Football 9, 10, 11;
Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12; "If you find a path with no obstacles,
it probably doesn't lead anywhere!"
KEEHN, PAUL — Districts, Regionals, and State Drama
10, 1 1, 12; Districts I.E., Regionals I.E., and State I.E. 11,
12; "Life is something to be laughed at, it's a short joke with
a long punch line. Those who take it to seriouslv won't get
KEEM, MICHELLE MARIE — Marching Band 9, 10,
11, 12; Concert Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 9, 10, 11;
National Honor Society 10, 1 1, 12 (Secretary); Cross Coun-
try 12; Track 9, 10, 1 1. 12; Fall Homecoming Court 12; "He
who is full of determination and work can achieve his high-
est goal." — DJS
KELLER, KIMBERLY — Basketball 9, 10, 11; Track 9,
11; Tennis 10; Ski Team 9, 10, 11, 12; Girls Soccer 12;
Spanish Club 9, 10, 1 1; Spain Trip 11; Student Council Rep.
9; Band 9, 10, 11, 12; "Keep on smiling, it v/ill help you
through the worst."
KELLY, LAURA — Student Council Rep. 10, 1 1 ; Student
Council Officer 12; Track 9, 10, 11, 12; Cross Country 12;
Ski Team 9, 10; French Club 9, 10; Flag Corps 9; "A woman
needs a man, like a fish needs a bicycle."
LAMBERT, ANGIE — "Always behave like a duck. Keep
calm and unruffled on the surface, but paddle like the devil
LIVINGSTON, AIMEE — Student Council Rep. 12; Na-
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tional Honor Society 11,12; Spanish Club 9, 10; Girls State
Track 10, 11; Cross Country 12; Track 9, 10, 11, 12; Sym-
phonic Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Marching Band 9. 10, 11, 12; Pep
Band 9, 10, 11, 12; "The future is set and the end is always
near." There's never time to do it right, but there's always
time to do it over; SOBE IT!
LODER, LAURA — Basketball 10; Debate 10; Perform-
ing Arts 10, 11; Volleyball 10, U, 12; Spanish Club 9, 10,
11, 12; Girls State 11; "Don't use time or words carelessly.
Neither can be retrieved."
LOVELL, JERRIE — Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, 12; Tennis
10, 11, 12;; French Club 9, 10; Band 9, 10, 11, 12; "The
tragedy of life is not in the fact of death, but in what dies
inside of you while you live." Think all you speak, but speak
not all you think.
MATYE, ANDREA — Band 9, 10; Flag Corps 10; Tennis
9, 10, 11; Spanish Club 9; "Wherever you are it is your own
friends who make your world." — William James
MCELROY, JENNA — Band 9, 10; Flag Corps 10; Ten-
nis 9, 10, 11; Spanish Club 9; Powderpuff 10; "Just because
you are leaving doesn't mean you are not in the same place."
MCGLINCH, JODY — Basketball 9, 10; Football 9, 10,
11, 12; Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12; French Club 11, 12; Dare 9,
10, 11, 12; "Distrust anyone in ivhich the impulse to punish
MCKENZIE, AUTUMN — "Somewhere, something in-
credible is waiting to be known." — Carl Sagan
MOATS, ALISON — Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Con-
cert Band 9, 10, 1 1, 12; Flag Corps 10; Spanish Club 9, 10,
11, 12; "The most exercise a lot of people get is running
down other people, side-steppitig responsibility, and down-
playing other people's glory." S
NOIROT, MINDY — ^%ch Club 10, 11, 12; National
Honor Society 12; Drama Teffla 10, 11, 12; Forensics Team
10, 11, 12; "All of my runnin' and all of my cunnin' if we
couldn't laugh we would all go insane." — J. Buffett
NORTLEY, CHERYL — Newspaper Staff 11; Soccer 9,
10, 11; Concert Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Pep Band 9, 10, 11, 12;
Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12; "Far away there in the sun-
shine are my highest aspirations. I may not reach them, but
I can look up and see their beauty, believe in them, and try
to follow where they lead." — Louisa May Alcott
NORTLEY, HEATHER MICHELLE — Teacher Aide
11, 12; Newspaper Staff 10, 11, 12; Newspaper Editor 11,
12; Yearbook Staff 11, 12; "Live in the present; everyday
will bring something new. The past is something to remem-
ber, not something to be lived in, you owe it to your future to
PARISH, JOHN MICHEAL — Track 9, 10, 1 1, 12; Cross
Country 9, 10, 11, 12; Ski Team 11; Performing Arts 9, 10,
11, 12; "The villian you teach me I will execute and it shall
go hard but I will better the instruction." — Shakespeare
PATRICK, DIANA — TMI Aide 10, 1 1, 12; S.S.O. Aide
10; "Life is like a black hole be careful, you never know
what your jumping into."
PEASE, CHRIS — Basketball 9; Football 9, 10. 11, 12;
Track 9, 11; Tennis 10; "Man is an animal that makes
bargains; no other animal does this, one dog does not change
a bone with another."
PFLEUCKE, JAMIE — Band 9, 10, 11,12; Baseball 9, 10;
Cross Country 11,12; Cross Country Skiing 11,12; IBA 10,
11; Pep Band Director 12; "Winners in life are determined
by how many timics they score!"
PHILLIPS, AMBER E. — Debate 10, 11, 12; Drama 9, 1 1,
12; Individual Events 9, 10, 11; "I live by a man's code,
designed to fit a man's world, but I never forget that a
woman's first job is to choose the right shade of lipstick." —
PORATH, JACOB — Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12; Ski Team 9, 10,
11, 12; Baseball 9, 10, 11; Marching Band 9, 10. 11, 12;
Symphonic Band 9, 10, 1 1, 12; District Honors Band 9, 10,
11, 12; State Honors Band 11, 12; C.M.U. Honors Band 10;
Band Council President 12; "Neither life nor time has
meaning without a future."
PSIHOPAIDAS, JASON — Football 9, 10, 1 1; Baseball 9;
Hockey 9, 10, 1 1, 12; Spanish Club 9, 10; Basketball 9, 10,
II, 12; Track 11; Tennis 9; Wrestling 9; "Many men are
stored full of unaired knowledge, like loaded guns that are
never fired off, or military magazines in times of peace, they
are stuffed with useless ammunition."
SCHAIRBAUM, ANNE — Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Drum
Major 11,12; Volleyball 9, 10, 1 1 , 1 2; Cross Country 1 0, 1 1 ,
12; Track 10, 1 1, 12; National Honor Society 11,12 (Trea-
surer); Performing Arts 9, 10; Spanish Club 9, 10; "The key
to discovery is not in seeking new landscapes, but in having
SCHEELS, JOSHUA ROBERT — Student Council Rep.
11, 12; French Club 9, 10, 11, 12 (President); France Trip
12; Cross Country 10, 1 1, 12; Basketball 9, 10; Golf 9; Track
11, 12; Baseball 9, 10; Fall Homecoming Court 12; Save the
Dolphins Club 9, 10, 11, 12; Teacher Aide 10, 11; Sopho-
more Escort 10; Prom Committee 11; "The play seems out
for an almost infinite run. Don't mind a little thing like the
actors fighting. The only thing I worry about is the sun.
We'll be all right if nothing goes wrong with the lighting."
SEAMAN, MARIA HELENE — National Honor Soci-
ety 1 1, 12; French Club 9, 10, 1 1 (President), 12; Flag Corps
11; Cross Country 9, 10; Track 9, 10, 11, 12; Band 9, 10,11,
12; "Music is what enables me to give expression to what is
in my soul with thought attaching it to anything or anyone."
SEXSON, MICHAEL — football 9, 12; Teacher Aide 10,
11. 12; Spanish Club 9, 10; Cheerleading 12; Track 11, 12;
"Live fast die young make a good looking corpse." Be proud
of what you are and you'll go far.
SHEETS, PAUL — Spanish Club 9, 10, 1 1; Spain Trip 1 1;
Teacher Aide 12; "Surviving life means finding the humor
in the pain. Fear not the night for it precedes the day.
Argument stimulates the intellect. It takes all types to make
SHERMAN, DORSEY C. — Performing Arts 9, 12; Ten-
nis 9, 10; Alpine Ski Team 9, 10, 12; Nordic Ski Team 12;
Debate 9, 12; National Honor Society 11, 12; French Club
?, 10; Spanish Club 11; "That's just the trouble with all you
morons. You never want to discuss anything intelligent,
rhat's the way you can always tell a moron. They never
ivant to discuss anything intelligent."
5IEGWART, SHEILA MARIE — Basketball 9, 10, 11,
12; Ski Team 9, 10, 11, 12; Track 9, 10, 11, 12; Marching
Band 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Symphonic Band 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Pep Band
), 10, 1 1 , 12; Jazz Band 9; Honors Band 12; Class President
?, 11, 12; Class Vice-President 10; Spanish Club 9, 10, 1 1,
12; Spain Trip 11; Student Leadership Forum 9, 10; IB A
10, 11; Powderpuff 10; Prom Committee 11; Junior E.scort
11; Girls State 11; Fall Homecoming Queen 12; "Let every
lay be a dream we can touch, a love we can feel, and a
•eason to live." Live life to the fullest. A dreamer lives for
5INEWAY, SUZIE — Spanish Club 9, 10; Volleyball 10;
'Sometimes the best man for the job is a woman."
5IWARGA, CHRISTY — Basketball 9; Softball 9, 1 1. 12;
Volleyball 9, 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 9, 10, 12; Girls State
1 1 ; "Imagination is the highest kite one can fly, and mine is
ioaring, so you give me a place to stand, and I'll move the
SLIWINSKI, APRIL LEAH — "As we walk through out
lives in our own dreams of reality we think people who are
lifferent are weird, but their not, they're special in their own
5MITH, EMILY — Volleyball 10; "Women are repeatedly
iccused of taking things personally. I cannot see any other
lionest way to taking them."
5MITH, MATTHEW TODD — Cross Country 9, 10, 1 1,
,2; Track 9, 10, 11, 12; Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12; Student
Council 9, 10, 1 1; Senior Class Vice President 12; National
ionor Society 11, 12; Fall Homecoming Court 12; "Only a
etback so great and painful as one that hardens the soul
tnd wounds the heart can instill the dedication that wililead
o your greatest success."
fOLOMON, KIMBERLY — Debate 9; Performing Arts
10, 11, 12; Pentatholeon 11, 12; French Clufe 11, 12;
Trust little, love a lot, and paddle your own canoe." —
5PANG, AMY — Ski Team 9, 10, 11, 12; sMball 10, 11,
2; Cheerleading 10; French Club 9, 10; Cross Country 12;
Symphonic Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12;
Vinter Homecoming Court 12; "Why think like a man
vhen a woman is wiser; be yourself it's who you do best."
riMMERMAN, TONYA RAE — French Club 10, 11,
2; Yearbook Staff 11, 12; Newspaper Staff 11; Teacher
Vide 12; "If ever confused, don't listen to man's logic in-
tead listen to your heart and trust what it says because the
najority of the time what you're hearing is what the Lord
God Almighty is whispering to your heart for you to do, so
listen carefully!" By the way make sure at some point in
your life you read Romans 10:9-10!!!
VANDERHEIDE, HEIDI — Powderpuff 10; Library
Aide 11; Cafeteria 12; "If you ever come to a fork in the
road, bend over and pick it up."
VOISIN, VINCENT — Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12; Football
9, 10, 11, 12; French Club 9, 10, 11, 12; France Trip 12;
"The greatest satisfaction in life is doing something some-
one says you can't . , . S.M.M.F.D.!"
WARD, NATALIE LYNN — Spanish Club 9, 10, 11;
Spain Trip 11; Flag Corps 11, 12 (Captain); Volleyball 9;
Concert Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12;
"Your achievements are not determined by your ability
alone but by the desire you possess to reach them. Believe in
yourself as long as you believe you'll have a reason for
WARDEN, BILLIE SUE
WEAVER, TANYA MARIE — Flag Corps 9, 11, 12;
Concert Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Volleyball 10; Softball 9;
Marching Band 9, 10, 1 1, 12; "Although we may drift apart
we will always know we were together at the start."
WHALEY, AIMEE — Spanish Club 9, 10, 1 1; Spain Trip
11; "If you confess with your mouth, "Jesus is Lord" and
believe in your heart hat God raised him from the dead, you
will be saved." — Romans 10:9
WHITLEY, BEN — Basketball 9; Football 9, 10, 11, 12;
Dare 9, 10, 1 1, 12; French Club 11,12; "Not mankind, but
superman is the goal." — Friedrich Nietzsche
WILKS, KARI ANN — Concert Band 9, 10, 11, 12;
Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Track 10; Flag Corps 12;
"Always remember — put it in park."
WILSON, MIKA ~ Basketball 9, 10, 1 1; Track 9; French
Club 9, 10; Student Council Rep. 9, 10; "Killing time so
injures eternity." — H.D.T.
WITHERS, JAMES BRUCE — Wrestling 9, 10; Football
9; Track 9, 10; "Is not life a hundred times too short for us
to bore ourselves?" — Dionysius of Halicornassus
WOJAN, CATHY — Library Aide 9, 10; Yearbook Staff
12; Wheelchair Club 9, 10, 11, 12; "Smile and the world
smiles with you ..."
WOJAN, KIMBERLY A. — "What the catapiller calls
the end of the world, the master calls a butterfly."
ZELLERS, RON — Baseball 9; IBA 9; Tennis 12; ". . .
Perfect hope is achieved on the brink of despair when,
instead of falling over the ledge, we find ourselves walking
JR AND SR PROM
J. Slebe and R. Hand
N. Moore and P. Henne
M. Wilson, K. Wilks and M. Seaman
L. Loder, R. Pittman, S. Sineway and date
T. Sitzema and S. Kniat B. Swan, B. Bragg, J. Seibert
Dancing the nignt away
S. Rowell and M. Norton
Jamie Boixados Gimeno and David
Class flower: daisy.
Bill Dreyer and Paul Sheets.
D. Jess, S. Crandall, D. Skeel, D. Dobulis, and M
T. Timmerman, K. Keller, J. Hess, M. Smith, M. Seaman,
A. McKenzie, and Mr. Swenor.
Jodi Allison and Jason Psihopai- Laura Loder, Jamie Pfluecke, and Maclyn Harshman and Aimee Wha-
das. Jason Frabis. ley.
Michelle Keem and Aimee Living- g^^^ ^^^. ^ Cummings, L. Cummings. Front row: C. Siwarga, A. Spang,
Mr. Cox, L. Doan, and M. Cox.
Emily Miller and Christy Siwarga. Janel Campbell and Natalie Ward.
Congratulations to the Valedictorian of the Class of 1993, Nancy Dammann and the Salutatorian, Janel
Campbell. Also, congratulations to the honor graduates of the senior class: E. Dickinson, M. Seaman, A.
Schairbaum, R. Hand, M. Friedly, A. Doan, M. Smith, H. Dietrich, M. Keem, M. Noirot, A. Livingston, D.
Sherman and L. Cummings.
Julie, Mom and Renne at the bowling alley
Melissa, Mike and Laura having a GREAT TIME on the boat.
To The Charlevois Class of 1993
Twenty five years ago I sat where you are
The world seemed laid out before me
We all knew we could go far
Hold on to the dreams before you
Yes, reach out for your special star
But never forget where you came from
And those who helped you be who you are.
From your first steps in kindergarten to
your third grade camping tip
The K-5 teachers really loved you
and would never let you slip
You moved to the world of Middle School
Under Mr. Van Guilder's watchful eye
Surviving Mr. Green's Michigan History class
Made you feel like you could fly
Add in your first school dances and
deciding date could be fun
You were ready for the leap to high school
and hit the ground on the run.
Marching band with Mr. I. —
what a delightful treat
It took awhile to get used to it —
oh my aching feet!
There were football games with Coach Gowell and crew
Basektball with Coach Kanine
Don't forget our runners
Didn't Matt Smith do fine?
And though you did the work yourselves
We cannot forget your supporting team
Your parents were always there for you
You're the ones that make their hearts beam.
Summer jobs at Dairy Queen, Parkside and more
Helped you save for special times like Prom,
Homecoming and the Seven Eleven Store
There were late nights out for P. A.
Practices by the score
But it was always so exciting to have you
come home to the fire sirens roar!
I'd like to see you all twenty five years from now
I hope you're as proud of your kids as we are of you
I hope the careers you have chosen will make you happy too
These words of welcome, blessing, and encouragement, come
from me and my boss — we're proud of you!
And even though I can't say his name
He owns the cattle on 10,000 hills
Put your faith and trust in Him
and you will make it safely through
Greetings to the class of 1993 from me and you know WHO!
by REV. BRUCE HAMILTON
Scott Bergmann Marci Berths
Shannon Rowell, Wendy Jacobs, and Erin McNamara-Wright.
Carrie DeWitt Joshua Dhaseleer Jamie Doan David Dobulis Brad Donaldson Darren Drayton
Carrie Farkas Colleen Farrington Tony Frederick
Jamie Doan and Jessica Kline
Heidi Holinske Doug Kuebler
Richie Lavoie Travis Levengood Jesse Lord
Ellen McKinney Erin McNamara-
Michael Patrick Scott Peebles Aimee Pfister Amy Phillips Gary Potter Sylvia Potter
Jesse Resch Carrie Rouse Julie Rowbotham Shannon Rowell Rick Russel
Jamie Stebe and Colleen Slattery
Colleen Slattery Stephanie Smith Jamie Stebe Colleen Stradtner Bree Swan Scott Thacher
Mandi VanLoo Missy VonSoosten Millissa Wagner
Tony Frederick, Brad Donaldson,
and Josh Dashaleer.
Becky Schulmeister and Geoff Sheldon
Eric Anderson Melissa Anderson
Charnell Byers Scott Campbell
Kurt DeGrow Samantha DeYoung Nicki Denio
Daniel Donner Bridget Drayton
Jerry Duhart Carolyn Elliott
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World History class — M. Dietel, R.
Sineway, S. Worden, J. Tornga, J. Hosier, J.
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Class officers C. LeButt, J. Duhart, R. Smith, P. Henne
World History class M. Bennett, C.
LeButt, L. Berths, T. Potter
Kerrie Hunter Angela Hurchiele Bryan Jarema
l Robert Kennedy
Tony Krysinski Walter Kujawski
Luther Kurtz Andrew Laucher Chris LeButt
Bryan Liotta Kaylee Manker
Kelly Marfuta Bethany Martinus Tonia Mathers Chris Matye
Heather Maurer James McCallum Jason Metiva Mike Milbrandt
Shawn Sanders Spring Santure Jenny Schaefer Mark Schairbaum
Sara Schenck Jessica Schulmeister Gretchen Scott Robert Sinewav
Callie Siwarga Ryan Smith Fritz Sommerfeld Robbie Stradtner Robin Stumpfig
Paul Sumner Tawnya Sweeney Tim Terry
Katie Thorp Jason Tornga
Leon VanDeCar Sarah Warner David Wilks Brad Williams Trevor Williams
Travis Wood Steve Wordon Waja Wujcik Kelly Yaroch Ferlin Yoder
David Bellairs Jeremy Biggerstaff Kris Blanchard
T.J. Caldwell Carolyn Campbell Tod Carpenter
Michelle Cloud Elizabeth Coen
Chris Compagner Casey Crain Kristen Czerkas Melissa Darrah
Billie Jo Everett Jessica Ferber
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Jason Firman Karry Scibert, Jason Terryberry
Ted Federick Amy Freidinger
Mary Beth Gagnon
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Jennifer Guppy Ron Haggard
Doug Himebauch Jocelyn Hosier Jonathan Howard Nathan Jones Christie Kaczynski Noel Kammerman
Tiffany Karczmarski Dan Keehn
Melissa Knapp Danny Kozan Jennifer Kuzmik Maro LaBlance Ruth Lashmit
George McClellan Jeff McCombs Rory McKeown
Good fries, right Corey
Hi Brad and Amy
Beth Norton Christine Oleksy
Angelia Schmidt Jennifer Seese
Rick Shepard Heidi Simmons Matt Skippergosh
Michael Staton Renee Struble
Kraig Swanson Jenni Swenor Jamie Sylvester
Lara Tank Jason Terryberry
Colleen Urban Amy VanGuilder Brett VanderHeide
Betsy Wakulat Shena Walker
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King: Keith Carey
Queen: Sheila Seigwart
Float: First place Seniors
Skit: First place Seniors
— performing "Giving
Him Something He Can
Feel" by En Vogue.
1992 Fall Homecoming Court:
First Row: S. Seigwart, E. Conlan, M. Keem, H. Dietrich, A. Doan.
Second Row: M. Smith, J. Scheels, J. Frabis, J. McGlich, K. Carey.
Sheila Seigwart and Matt Smith
Elsa Conlan and Josh Scheels
Michelle Keem and Jason Frabis
Rayders Vs Rams.
King Keith Carey
Queen Shelia Siegwart
Heidi Dietrich and Jodi McGlinch
Angelina Doan and Keith Carey
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Seniors — B. Dreyer, D. Jinsky, J. The teachers enjoy the Seniors' skit I .^.. ..
Hess, and K. Carey performing their of "Giving Him Something He Can Ben Whitley keeps warm during
Feel." the rainy weather we had for
Lina and her girlfriend, Billy.
The Juniors — L. Skippergosh, M. Freshman perform their last-min-
Patrick, and E. McKinney perform ute skit.
"Baby Got Back" by Sir-Mix- A-Lot.
Queen's Song: "I Can't Help Falling In Love With You" performed by CHS band.
Girls State — Junior girls are invited to spend nine days at CMU and create their own
government, run for offices, meet women in politics and begin many new friendships.
Thank you, Nancy Wood, American Legion Auxiliary.
Feeling the immence
power of 546 young and am-
bitious woman striving to
make a difference in this
world in some masterful
way was a great and inspir-
Girls State is a real life
walk through the govern-
ment system. Although at
times it was very mentally
and Physically pressing.
Girls State taught me more
than I ever anticipated.
Boys State — Junior boys are invited to MSU to learn how politics and city county and state
governments function. Thank you, Louie McKenzie and Max Novak, American Legion.
Front Row J. Joy, A. Livingston, M. Seaman, M. Smith, M. Noirot, N. Dammann 2nd row: A. Schairbaum, K. Keem, M. Mosher,
J. Campbell, H. Dietrich, A. Doan, E. Browe, S. Boss, E. McKinney 3rd row E. Dickinson, J. Beatty, D. Sherman. M. Friedly. S.
Roweil, W. Jacobs, D. Doublis, R. Hand, J. Dhaseleer, M. Norton, G. Holmes, Mary Seaman Seaman Advisor
Dave Smith and son Matt
The Charlevoix Chapter of the National Honor Society is a
chartered member of the National Honor Society which is
under the sponsorship and supervision of the National Associ-
ation of Secondary School Principals. The purpose of the
organization is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimu-
late a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and
develop character in the students of secondary schools.
To be eligible for membership consideration, students must
have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 based upon a
minimum of three semesters (sophomore status) of high school
credits. Additionally, potential members must meet high stan-
dards of leadership, service, and character.
Paul Henne and his parents
1993 New National Honor Society Members
Front Row: L. Borths, B. Chamberlain, N. Moore, S. Schenk
Back Row: P. Henne, R. Sineway, C. LeButt, C. Wakulat, L. Hoadley, K. Manker, M. Schairbaum,
A. Laucher, E. Anderson, D. Donner, Guest Speaker, Dan Buday
Drew Laucher and Father
in and her parents
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Robert Sineway and Mother
Lisa Borths, Nicole Moore and parents and Carrie Wakulat
Mark Schairbaum and parents
Academic letters are awarded to our students who excel academically in the High school. Students are awarded a
letter for maintaining a 3.3 grade point average overall for the freshman and sophomore years and each semester
following those years that the grade point is maintained the student is awarded a pin to wear on the letter award. The
academic award promotes and encourages students to consistently do well in the classroom.
Bottom row; L-r Lori Cummings, Lina Doan
Middle row; L-r Matt Smith, Janel Campbell, Michelle Keem, Russ Hand, Eric Dickinson, Bill Dreyer, Mika Wilson, Shelia Seigwart, Jamie
Top row L-r Nancy Dammann, Carrie Fershee, Ann Schairbaum, Laura Loder, Heidi Dietrich, Mindy Noirot, Kim Solomon, Megan Friedly,
Maria Seaman, Aimee Livingston
Bottom Row L-R Bert Elliot, Dan Jackson, David Doublis, Matt Norton, Jesse Beatty, Brad Donaldson, Darren Drayton, Jeff Joy, Gregg Holmes
Back Row L-R Josh Dshaleer, Ellen McKinney, Jesse Wheat, Shannon Rowell, Wendy Jacobs, Carrie Wakulat, Melissa Mosher, Liz Browe,
Nicole Moore, Stephaine Boss, Jamie Stebe, Becky Schulmeister
(Top L to R) M. Seaman, A. Gardner, K. Soloman, M. Wendt, M. W. Jacobs, J. Kline, V. Voisin and J. Hess,
Noirt, R. Gibbard, (Bottom L to R) J. Scheels, J. Frabis, M. Hanging out on the streets of a city in
Friedly, E. Conlan, J. Hess, V. Voisin France.
(Top L to R) H. Kolinski, C. Frakas, C. Wakulat, W. Jacobs, J. Kline. M. Murphy,
N. Moore, K. Simmons, L. Browe, J. Boss, B. Schulmeister, C. Purdy, G. Holmes, J.
Beatty, D. Dobulis. (Bottom L to R) S. Smith, J. Seibert, D. Jess, M. Mosher, E.
Macnemra-Wright, J. Heck, B. Bragg, J. Joy.
(Top L to R) J. Scheels President
R. Gibbard, J. Hess, and C. Farkas waiting at j ^ess Vice President (Bottom L
the airport m France. ^^ r) ^ Mosher Vice President
W. Jacobs Secretary
Mrs. Wendt is so excited
for her trip to France.
(Top L to R) T. Potter, C. Prevo, L. Borths, S. Ritt, K. Yaroh, A. Buday, J. Dreyer,
K. Peebles, F. Sommerfield, K. Degrow, B. Liotta.
(Bottom L to R) S. Burns, D. Laucher, J. Conlan, R. Gillum, T. Krysinski, R.
Sinaway, C. Lebutt, E. Hess, E. Howard
(L to R) J. Guppy, C. Kaczynslci, H. Simmons, K. Blanchard, L.
Coen, E. Vogel, G. Leitner, J. Ferber.
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V. Voisin and J. Hess wallcing to one of the beauti-
ful gardens at the Chenonceaux Chateau.
Front Row: C. Swarga, S. Siegwart, L. Doan, H. Dietrich, J. Campbell, R. Lashmit, J. Schulmiester.
Middle Row: J. Schafer, L. Boss, A. VanGuilder, C. Cunningham, S. Schenck, A. Pischner, M. VanLoo, G.
Butcher, J. Rowbotham.
Back Row: A. Schairbaum, S. Rowell, A. Parrish, D. Jenski, M. Norton, M. Schaibaum, M. Gagnon, C. Byers, A.
Phillips, S. Warner, A. Moats.
Students working in Spanish Class: Amy, Carrie
C, Carrie B., Denny, Keith, and Jamie Doan.
An Aztec indian god.
A mask made by a Spanish student in cele-
bration for The Day of the Dead.
Jenny Schafer was the top magazine
seller this year.
This year the Span-
ish Club sold Fantas-
mas, Sponsored two
dances and sold maga-
zines. They had a
Christmas party, a
Day of the Dead par-
ty, which Spanish
classes made masks to
celebrate the occasion,
and on a Cinco De
Mayo Fiesta, (May 5,
sold M&M's to raise
Next year the Span-
ish Club has more ac-
tivities planned. Their
goal is to have one
month, starting with
the magazine drive
when school begins.
They want to do the
Fantasmas as last
year, a car wash, a
bake sale, and a candy
sale. Spanish Club will
be going to Spain next
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First Row: M. Schairbaum, D.
Sherman, N. Dammann, K.
Manker, L. Berths, E. Browe, J.
Parish, A. Buday, A. Phillips, B.
Second Row: K. Blanchard, J.
Guppy, C. Blanchard, H. Sim-
mons, B. Norton, A. Beatty, G.
Butcher, M. Wojan, M. Vincent,
C. Uban, L. Tank, M. Staton.
J. Parish, L. Borths, K. Manker, A. Buday, A. Phillips, N. M. Bickersteth, K. Manker, and A. Buday.
Dammann, M. Bickersteth. Missing: Mark Schairbaum
State Debate Finals — Fifth In Class C-D.
Front Row: J. Wheat, C.
Slattery, W. Jacobs, M.
Grain, E. McKinney, D.
Back Row: J. Parish, K.
Solomon, M. Noirot, K.
Parish, P. Keehn, and L.
Celebrating. It's Over!
K. Solomon, M. Noirot, J. Parish, W. Jacobs, D. Skeel,
M. Grain, and E. McKinney.
G. Slattery, P. Keehn, K.
Parish, L. Browe, and J.
Another year on the road from Novi, to Grand Rapids, to Fairview, the Performing Arts had it's year of ups
and downs. State Finals debate, Pentathalon, I.E. came easy but drama was not to be. Three team shows, host
to a Troupe of Russian dancers, two New York children's theater shows has kept them busy."
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First Row: R. Lashmit, L. Boss, L. Tank, C. Prevo, G. Butcher, V. Russill, A. VanLoo, E. Browe, L. Berths, S. Smith.
Second Row: M. Gagnon, A. Beatty, M. Wojan, M. Vincent, B. Norton, T. Karsmarski, C. Blanchard, J. Guppy, E. McKinney, B.
Chamberlain, A. Phillips, A. VanGuilder.
Third Row: C. Urban, M. Skippergosh, K. Solomon, J. Kuzmik, T. Mathers, C. Slattery, H. Resch, K. Manker, M. Seaman, W. Jacobs, K.
Blanchard, H. Simmons, M. Noirot, A. Buday.
Fourth Row: T. Frederick, P. Keehn, H. Parish, D. Skeel, K. Parish, N. Himebauch, M. Schairbaum, K. Hunter, N. Dammann, D.
Sherman and M. Staton.
Fall Show: "Broadway Snipps & Bits"
Lisa Berths and Keith Parish
Big Show: "Of Thee I Sing"
"The French Soldiers": B. Martinus, C. Urban, L.
Borths, N. Dammann, A. Phillips, A. Buday, A.
VanGuilder, A. VanLoo.
Angela Buday and Wendy Jacobs
Senator Nerd: Keith Parish
Nick Himebauch, Paul Keehn, and Ellen McKinney.
David Skeel and Mindy Noirot
M. Schairbaum, D. Bellairs, M. Skippergosh, M. Sta-
ton, and T. Frederick.
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Crazy Female Senator: Kaylee Manker
Charlevoix Rayders play hard to win
King Bill Dreyer and Queen Julie Gengle reign over Winter
V. Voisin with the ball and B. De- Watching the game, D. Jinsky.
Grow S. Rowell, T. Holm, and J. Hess
King Bill Dreyer and Queen Julie Gengle
Denny Jinsky and Carrie Fershee
Jason Psihopaidas and Jodi Allison
Paul Sheets and Amy Spang
Brad DeGrow and Laura Loder
S. Tillon crowning J. Gengle and King B. Dreyer
B. Dreyer, J. Hess, K. Carey and D. Jinsky in the Senior lip sync, "The Jackson
T. Frederick in the Cross Dress- J. Hughes in the Cross
ing Race. He won 1st place. Dress Race
S. Boyer and J.H. Heck in the Junior lip sync "Car Wash'
T. Krysinski in
lip sync "Legs"
by ZZ Top
J. Bickersteth in the Fresh-
men lip sync "YMCA"
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Dr. Wakulat, M.D.
Roger Nesberg, Graphic Art
Mimi Bohm, Interior Design
Garry Miller, Investment Banker
Lois Willaims and Dorothy Trost, Florists
Harry Golski, Attorney
Larry Campbell, Electrician
Roger Bush and Terrie Powers, D.N.R.
For the first time this year our high school had a self contained career day.
There were over thirty speakers from our community that addressed our students,
talking about their jobs and what it's like to work in a given profession. Each
student had a chance to hear three different speakers during the afternoon. The
day was well received by students and speakers and was a great experience for all.
Kirby Dipert, Auto Sales
Left to Right: Mandi VanLoo, Sadie Whaley, Renee Gibbard.
Office Aids Mrs. Miller?
Bottom Row (Left to Right): Autumn McKenzie, Wendy Slater.
Top Row (Left to Right): Brandon Webb, Scott Boyer, Jason Psihopaidas, Richie LaVoix, Paul Keehn, David
Bunny by C. Elliott
Top Row L-R
The CHS bands had a super-busy year in 1992-93, beginning with a marching season which included six home
football games and a performance at the district marching band festival. Seven CHS bandsmen were selected for the
District Honors Band. Eleven instrumentalists received 1 ratings at the district solo-ensemble festival and three of
these received ones at the state festival. The symphonic band received ones from all four judges at both the district
and state band festivals. In the spring both bands travelled to Toronto where we toured the city, participated in a
music festival and attended a performance of "The Phantom of The Opera".
FIRST DIVISION RATINGS AT DIS-
TRICT SOLO AND ENSEMBLE FES-
AMY PARRISH ANNETTE
SHEILA SIEGWART RUSSELL
JAKE PORATH ANNE
JAMIE MCKINNEY JANEL
NICOLE MOORE PAUL HENNE
FIRST DIVISION RATINGS AT
STATE BAND FESTIVAL
First row L-R C. Cupp, J. Campbell, L. Doan, A. Livingston, C. Slattery, T. Weaver, J. Wheat, J.
Porath Second row L-R E. Dickinson, A. Moats, S. Schenck, H. Mauer, A. Gardner, K. Thorp, J.
Lovell, L. Kelly, K. Keiler, A. Schairbaum, H. Buckner, N. Ward, D. Hamilton, T. Frederick, C.
Cunningham, M. Keem, M. Seaman Third row L-R J. Schulmeister, S. Wisdom, B. Martinus, A.
Phillips, S. Boss, K. Wilks, M. Dickinson, S. Ritt, J. Pfluecke, C. Siwarga, A. Parrish, N. Moore, S.
Siegwart, J. McCallum, J. Dhaseieer, P. Henne, E. Gebott, A. Laucher, H. Nortley, S. Crook, J.
Stebe, R. Hand.
9TH GRADE BAND
First row L-R K. Czerkes, M. Knapp, S. Borths, E. Ranville, J. Swenor, A. Freidinger,
LaBlance, J. McKinney. Second row L-R H. Miller, S. Gels, L. Kelly, B. Parsel, T
^ Mikulski, B. Eaton, D. Bellairs, T. Roeth, J. Solomon, M. Darrah, F. Plumm, T. Woja
,^ Third row L-R M. Staton, N. Kammcrman, S. Blechel, Mr. Isenbarger, L. Wheal
L. Pair, M.
n, J. Firman I
This yearbook of 1993 represents
a complete year. This is different
from the past. In completing this
book we had to spend a few days
after the year was through to com-
plete the last few pages. We hope
you like to see all the activities that
appear in this book. It was a great
year! This is also the first time the
Yearbook was offered as an extra-
curricular activity. We had a small
staff, but we learned a lot! 1993 will
definitely be a year to remember.
A little stressed Mrs. S?
Yt ARBOOK STAFF
Bottom Row L-R Carrie DeWitt, Cathy Wojan, Mrs, Sikavitsas Advisor
Back Row 1,-R Kristina Simmons, Rennc Gibbard, Kelly Yaroch, Nikki Perron. Jessica Johnson Editor
The Student Council did many things this
year, such as; Fall and Winter Homecom-
ing, two luncheons for the teachers. Secret Pals
every other month, and Student Exchange with
Front Row (L to R): Amy Freidinger, Lilly Pair, Gary Leitner, Jason Smith, Justin Davis. Second Row (L to R): Angela Buday, Jill Dreyer,
Mike Bush, Chris Matye, Tim Terry. Third Row (L to R): Don Jess, Amy Parrish, Carrie Cunningham, Melissa Mosher, Julie Rowbotham,
Back Row (L to R): Josh Scheels, Megan Friedly, Bill Dreyer, Elsa Conlan, Heidi Dietrich, Nancy Dammann, Michelle Keem. Aimee
Front Row (Left to Right): Dan Avery, Wayne Joy, David Skeel, Ken dinger, Brandon Webb, Jake Porath. Back Row
(Left to Right): Coach Brian Certa, Ed Johnson, Randy Williams, Travis Blissett, Jody McGlinch, John Hess, Luke
(Left to Right): Coach Brian Certa, Ed Johnson, Wayne Joy.
Front Row (Left to Right): Amy Spang, Waja Wujcik, Christy Siwarga, Melissa Cox, Lina Doan, Tammy Holm, Mary
Jane Crunch, Melissa Eaton. Back Row (Left to Right): Assistant Coach Jim Tilton, Steve Kehr, Melissa Anderson, Liz
Crunch, Tara Marrow, Stacy Tilton, Melissa Murrey, Coach Ron Cox.
Front Row (Left to Right): Dan Avery, Edith Pair, Jerrie Lovell, Katherine Cambell, Jeff Joy. Back Row (Left to Right):
Fred Almonrode, David Dobulis, Michael Dobulis, Paul Cunningham, Chris Pair. 95
Front Row (Left to Right): Antji Scherffic, Becca Chamberlin, Trina Holm, Nicole Moore, Kelly Bearss, Tabatha Potter,
Julie Rowbotham, Michelle Keem. Middle Row (Left to Right): Carrie Farkas, Becky Bragg, Aimee Livingston, Sheila
Siegwart, Anne Schairbaum, Jamie Doan, Aimee Livingston, Sheila Siegwart, Anne Schairbaum, Jamie Doan, Ellen
McKinney, Gretchen Scott, Lisa Hoadly, Amy Phillips, Angela Buday, Laura Kelly. Back Row (Left to Right): Coach
Ken Plude, Carrie Wakulat, Milissa Wagner, Julie Gengle, Shannon Rowell, Amy Parrish, Wendy Jacobs, Gina Webster,
Kristen Ranville, Char Cunningham, Christy Empey, Emily Miller, Tiffany Palmer, Elsa Conlan, Kim Keller.
Front Row (L-r) J.B. VanLoo, H. Dhaseleer, J. Martin, J. VanLoo, L. Emig, L. LaBlance, B. Coolman, M. Rostar Middle
Row (L-R) C. LeButt, M. Dickinson, P. Henne, R. Smith T.J. Felter, B. Liotta, S. Campbell, J. Frabis. M. Smith, J.
Duhart, Z. Patjas, E. Dickinson Back Row (L-R) Coach H. Evans, G. Sheldon, D. Donner, R. Hand, T. Wood, L.
96 Skippergosh, M. Miller, D. Jinsky, J. Scheels, G. Arnold, K. Parish, K. Carey, M. Cunningham, R. Eveleigh, A. Laucher.
Assistant Coach P. Gelderbloom
L-R Top Row J. Dean, S. Rowell, J. Allison, B. Bragg, Coach T. Felter Bottom Row L. Crunch, C. Wakulat, S. Siegwart, C. Cunningham
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C. Wakulat, J. Doan, B. Bragg, J. Allison
Liz Crunch, Jodi Allison
L-R Top Row H. Miller, T. Allison, M. Anderson, T. Sweeney, J. Dreyer, A. Buday, W. Wujcik. Coach L. Mosoryak Bottom Row, J. Swenor,
T. Potter, S. Ritt, L. Kelly, K. Blanchard, B. Norton
Jill Dreyer waiting
Listen up ladies
The team during warmup
Look, they're taking our picture!
L-R Top Row A. Pischner, M. LaBlance, J. Ferber, Coach J. Parrish, K. Kaczynski, S. Gels, A. VanGuilder Bottom Row L. Coen, S. Thorp,
The 1992 season was excel-
lent. The team acquired one
new comer. There were no sen-
iors, but it did not hinder the
team in any way. They were
third out of ten in the league
with Inland Lakes being first,
Harbor Springs second, and
Charlevoix at third. They also
took fifth out of fourteen at re-
gionals. Jeff Joy and Brad Ea-
ton went all conference this
Front Row (L-R) B. Eaton, R. Sineway, F. Somerfield Back Row S. Curtis, J. Joy, G. Sheldon, S.
Bleckel Missing J. Boss, J. Hoffman, S. Burns, M. Staton, M. Schairbaum.
CHS 1992 Golf
Traverse City St. Francis
Traverse City St. Francis
Petoskey /Gay lord
Boyne City/Harbor Springs
Traverse City Invitational
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Fall Cheerleaders are cheering the team on while, freshmen watch the game
intently. Amy, injured, sits out.
from left to right; C. Byers, E. McKinney, A. Phillips, A. Parrish, J. Lovell, S.
Schenck, T. Palmer, G. Scott.
Varsity girls getting ready for the playoff game against Montague, with
The Charlevoix Varsity and J.V. cheerleaders have had a very good
season this fall. They attended a clinic at East Jordan and held
a junior clinic at the elementary school for two days. The team
worked very hard and it was a successful season.
The Varsity cheerleaders posing in front of
Front (Left to Right): Mary Beth Gagnon, Gita Butcher, Jenny Guppy, Middle:
Amy Friendgener. Top (Left to Right): Callie Siwarga, Heather Maurer, Claudia
Varsity and J.V. smiling after the cheerleaders clinic at East Jordan.
Here they are during the clinic in East Jordan.
Top (Left to Right): G. Scott, J. Guppy, E. McKinney, M. Gagnon.
Bottom (Left to Right): S. Schenck, H Maurer, A. Phillips
A. Livingston — N. Moore
C.H.S. 1992 CROSS COUNTRY
Sept. 12 Sat. 10:00 an Ludlngton lnvlt.
Sept. 22 Tue. 5:00 pm AT EJ w/RC/BL/CL
Sept. 24 Thu. A:00 pm East Jordan Invlt.
Sept. 26 Sat. 10:00 am Petoskey Invit.
Oct. 3 Sat. 10:00 am Alpena Invit.
Oct. 6 Tue. 5:00 pm AT ER w/Kalkaska/
Oct. 10 Sat. 10:00 am Charlevoix Invit.
Oct. 17 Sat. 10:00 am Reese Invit.
Oct. 20 Tue. 5:00 pm AT ER CONFERENCE
Oct. 24 Sat. 10:00 am Elk Rapids Invit.
Oct. 27 Tue. 4:00 pm Gaylord Invit.
Oct. 31 Sat. REGIONALS
Nov. 7 Sat. STATE FINALS
COACH: Ken Pludc
ASST. COACH: Paul Gelderblom
Front Row: K. Bears, L. Tank, E. Conlan, N. Moore, T. Holm.
Second Row: A. Schairbaum, M. Keem, M. Cox, B. Wakulat, M.
Bickersteth, B. Chamberlain, L. Kelly, A. Spang. Third Row:
Coach Mr. Ken Plude, T. Boyer, M. Murphy, N. Damnin, L.
Hoadley, M. Friedly, J. Gengle, A. Livingston, Assistant Coach
A. Schairbaum, L. Tank
The Cross Country season was excellent. Everyone
had fun and enjoyed a great work ethic. The Girls
team matured into a separate identity. The boys con-
tinued their tradition despite their injuries and illness.
Their desire to win was evident as they gave their all
for a 5th place finish in the state.
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Top Row: Plude, M. Dickinson, G. Arnold, D. Laucher, J.
Scheels, J. Dashaleer, R. Hand, M. Bush, Z. Pajtas, P. Gelderb-
Middle Row: E. Dickinson, J. Pfleucke, J. Davis, M. Smith, E.
Hess, P. Henne, J. Frabis.
Last Row: C. Lebutt, S. Campbell, B. Liotta, S. Crook, R.
Haggard. Missing J. Parish.
B. Chamberlain Z. Pajtas, G. Arnold, M.
J. Dashaleer, Z. Pajtas
Mr. Ken Plude
Front Row (Left to Right): Keith Carey, Jessie Beatty, Denny Jinsky, John Hess, Bill Dreyer, Josh Watros,
Mike Sexson. Middle Row (Left to Right): Chris Pease, Matt Miller, Mike Patrick, Rob Simpson, David
Skeel, Brandon Webb, Don Jess, Jason Vanloo, Ben Whitley. Back Row (Left to Right): Coach Roger
Gowell, Jody McGlinch, Vincent Voisin, Larry Skippergosh, Gary Potter, David Donner, Brad Degrow,
Gregg Holmes, Keith Parish, Nick Himebauch, Assistant Coaches Barry Anderson and Todd Klinger.
The 1992 Rayder Football team ended an
excellent football season 7-3. They were the first
CHS football team ever to make it to the
MHSAA play-offs. A great "team" effort by all
members contributed to their success!
Traverse City S.F.
From Left to Right: Dick Swenor, Roger Gowell, Todd Klinger.
(Left to Right): Jesse Beatty and Brandon Webb
Front Row (Left to Right): Zach Kehrer, Luther Kurtz, Jason Terryberry, T.J. Felter, Tony Krysinski, Brad
Williams, Chuck Pop, Justin Gengle. Middle Row (Left to Right): Cameron Carr, Eric Rowell, Mike
Buckner, Ryan Smith, Casey Crain, Jason Smith, Gary Leitner, Bryan Jarema, Ryan Pittman, Robert
Kennedy. Back Row (Left to Right): Assistant Coach Hal Evens, Matt Skippergosh, Travis Benoit, Trevor
Williams, Bruce Reinhart, Kurt Degrow, Daniel Donner, Rob Stradtner, Jesse Antaya, Travis Wood, Jason
Mativa, J. Staph, Dan Elzinga, Dan Kheen, Coach Brian Certa.
From Left to right: Assistant Coach Hal Evans,
Head Coach Brian Certa.
The J.V. football team tried hard this year although
they were unsuccessful in these attempts to win. We
all hope they will have better luck next year.
Front Row: R. Pittman, D. Morales, S. Wilson, J. Hughes
Back Row: Coach G. Bryan, M. Sutton, R. Gillum, M. Skippergosh, K. Parish
Best Freshmen class that has wrestled in 13
years. Keith Parish repeated as conference champ.
He is only the second wrestler to do this. Looking
forward to outstanding season in 94.
The 1 992 Soccer team was the largest ever squad of 26
players. The year was one of learning and becoming a
team. At the conclusion of this season, the school recog-
nized Soccer as a Varsity sport starting in 1993. Good
Luck! in 1993 as the newest Varsity sport.
L-R 1st row B. Parsons, E. Howard, N. Kammeran, J. Firman, J. H. Heck, S. Arnold, B. Parsel, M. Darrah, C. Bradley 2nd row S.
Warner, C. Milulski, J. Porath, S. Kilander, J. Boixados, R. Bunting, S. Boyer, J. Solomon, W. Jacobs, J.Kline, L. Pair, C. Campbell,
Coach T. Sikavitsas
Players warming the bench try to keep themselves warm!
Front Row (Left to Right): Brandon Webb, Don Jess, Keith Carey, Matt Smith, David Skeel, Chris Pair,
Manager Rachel Kanine. Back Row (Left to Right); Jason Psihopaidas, Vincent Voisin, David Dobulis, Brad
DeGrow, Matt Norton, Zach Pajtas, Josh Watros, Coach Jim Kanine.
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Marked by a strong defense and ef-
fective post play, the Rayders enjoyed a
successful campaign. Season highlights
included non-conference wins over Pe-
toskey and Cheboygan and a second
place finish in the Lake Michigan Divi-
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Front row: T. Wood, R. Sineway, G. Leitner, J. Duhart, B. Jarema, manager: Caleb Levengood. Back row: S. Burns, T. Williams, C.
Pop, S. Curtis, J. Gengie, M. Bush, P. Henne, Coach: Todd Klinger.
Front row: N. Kammerman, C. Crain, M. Boss, J. Terryberry, B. Eaton, R. McKeown, D. Himebauch. Back row: C. Swanson, B.
Reinhardt, C. Mikulski, G. McCleilan, J. Smith, N. Jones, J. Firman, Coach: Barry Anderson.
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Tied for confer-
ence league with
a 10-4 record!
Coach Klinger gives the guys the game plan.
Mr. Klinger, Mike Bush, and Gary Leitner.
L-r Bottom Row A. Phillips, A. Freidinger, C. Cunningham, E. McKinney
top Row C. Byers, M. Sexson, J. Lovell, E. McNamara-Wright, D. Donner, 1 A. Parrish.
Not Shown Coaches — P. Drost, B. Miller, L. Nortley
Carrie and David
Ready for Practice
Left to Right: Sarah Warner, Missy Vincent, Melissa Knapp, Heather Mauer Gita
Butcher, Marybeth Gagnon
1993 J. V.
Cheering the team to Victory
All the ladies in a row
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L-R Back Row: Coach Erik Lundteigen, Jeff Boss, J. Lord, Michael Bennett, K. DeGrow. C. Meier. J.
Porath, R. Smith, S. Boyer, J.H. Heck, R. Bunting, L. Kurtz, B. Loitta.
Front Row: L. Pair, H. Miller, J. Kline, J. Allison, K. Keller, S. Siegwart, A. Spang, C. Campbell, M.
Mosher, T. Allison.
L-R Back Row: J. Allison, K. Keller, A. Spang, S. Siegwart.
Front Row: C. Campbell, J. Kline, H. Miller.
L-R Back Row: J. Lord, C. Meier, J. Porath, R. Bunting.
Front Row: R. Smith, J.H. Heck, S. Boyer.
L-R A. Spang, S. Siewart, K. Keller
L-R K. Keller, S. Siegwart, J. Allison, A. Spang, M. Mosher
The Charlevoix Guys and Gals Ski Team ended a great season. At the Manistee Invitational the gals placed 1st
and the guys placed 3rd. Both guys and gals were Conference Champs. They received 2nd place finishes at Regionals
which qualified them for the State meet up on Marquette. Guys placed 4th and gals placed 5th.
Back Row L-R K. Blanchard, M. Darrah, J. Swenor, A. Pischncr, A. Schmidt, Coach G. Swanson Front Row — K. Czerkes, C. Kaczynski,
E. Coen, S. Ritt, L. Kelly, T. Potter.
L. Doan and J. Dreyer
Varsity Team in action!
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Liz Crunch and Christy
Back Row L-R L. Crunch, C. Siwarga, C. Bianchard, L. Doan, A. Schairbaum, C. Scott, L.
Loder, T. Holm Middle Row: J. Dreyer, S. Rowell, J. Rowbotham Front Row: Coach B.
Bryan, M. Cox
Melissa Cox jumps up to set the ball
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Bottom Row (L to R): J. Boss, D. Skeel, B. Webb, D. Jess, J. Beatty, T. Levengood, J.
Watros. Top Row (L to R): N. Himebauch, J. McGlinch, J. Gengle, J. Hess, K. Parrish, E.
Johnson, Coach Brian Certa.
The Charlevoix Varsity Baseball Team had a rough year getting
off to a very slow start. The team had trouble putting all aspects of
the game together during competition. The team is young and will
return some key players next season with the help of quality players
on the J.V. team this season. We are already looking forward to next
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Front Row (L to R): D. Himebauch, C. Carr, B. Jarema, M. Boss, H. Terryberry, C. Grain, R. Mckeown, G.
Leitner, R. Pittman, B. Williams. Back Row (L to R): J. Antaya, R. Stradtner, J. Tornga, J. Thompson, G. Pop,
R. Williams, G. Mikulsky, J. Smith, J. Biggerstaff, Z. Kehrer, Goach Kanine.
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Trevor Williams, catching
Gharlevoix J.V. Baseball team finished the
season with 9 wins and 10 losses. The team had
impressive victories over Gheboygan and Petos-
key, and scored over 10 runs in 8 games while
averaging 9 runs per game.
The guys ready for a good game!
1st row, L. Kurtz, F. Sommerfield, B. Eaton, S. Campbell, D. Jinsky, K. Carey, J. Frabis, M. Smith, J.
VanLoo, T. Felter, J. Conlan 2nd row, C. LeButt, M. Dickinson, E. Dickinson, M. Schairbsum, S.
Burns, G, Potter, S. Kilander, J. Parish, R. Smith, T. Wood, E. Rowell, N. Jones, J. Boixadox-Gimeno
3rd row, D. Bergman, P. Henne, G. Arnold, S. Crook, R. Hand, P. Keehn, J. Dshaleer, J. Scheels, D.
Laucher, M. Bush, L. Skippergosh, M. Miller, J. Porath, J. Firman, G. Sheldon, Coach Evans
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Larry Skippergosh, Shot Put
Matt Smith, All State
The 1993 Rayder Track Team was a wonderful
group to coach. From All State Runner Matt Smith
to 9' Pole Vault Luther Kurtz all the guys worked
hard and had fun! Keith Carey, Denny Jinsky, Jason
Frabis and Jason VanLoo led the Sprint team with
Seth Kilander and Jaime Boixados-Gimeno helping in
the Relays. Matt Smith and Mike Bush led a fantastic
group of Distance Runners with Jake Porath, Matt
Dickinson, Josh Scheels, Eric Dickinson and Gary
Arnold filling out the crew. Larry Skippergosh, Travis
Wood, Ryan Smith, John Parish and Matt Miller
carried our banner in the field events. The 1993 Char-
levoix Team continues a long line of Quality Track
"Meet of Champions" Relay Tean
E.J. Meet 1st
Bellaire Inv. 1st
Josh Scheels and Jaime Doan
Front Row (L to R): B. Wakulat, T. Holm, J. Rowbotham, N. Moore, C. Cunningham, C. Wakulat, A. Parrish.
Middle Row (L to R); L. Hoadlwy, C. Byers, M. Murpyy, T. Palmer, G. Scott, S. Rowell, L. Kelly, H. Simmons,
J. Doan, A. Phillips. Back Row (L to R): Coach Plude, M. Plude, N. Dammann, A. Livingston, E. Conlan, J.
Gengle, S. Siegwart, M. Keem, A. Schairbaum, A. Cross.
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Sheila Siegwart against East Jordan.
Tiffany Palmer and Aimee Livingston against
The Girls Track Team had a fine season as they
ended with a 9 and dual meet record. They also won
their third straight Conference Championship and
were runner-up at the regional meet. Eight girls quali-
fied for the state meet in a total of 10 events, the
highest placers at the state meet included; Michelle
Keem, Nicole Moore, Jamie Doan, and Aimee Liv-
ingston in the 1600 relay with a sixth place finish. A
number of school records were broken this season:
1600 relay — 4:09.9 Michelle Keem, Nicole
Moore, Jamie Doan, and Aimee Livingston.
Discus — 100'y2" — Carrie Wakulat.
100 Hurtle and 300 Hurtle — 16.2 and 50.4 —
800 Meter — 2:25.2 — Michelle Keem.
800 Relay — 1:51.0 — Nicole Moore, Sheila Sieg-
wart, Jamie Doan, Aimiee Livingston.
Aimee Livingston and
Nicole Moore against
This season was a very
pleasant surprise. We
had excellent senior lead-
ership that brought the
best out of the under-
classmen. We won the
We are looking forward
to next year.
Bottom Row L-R W. Wujick, A. Buday, J. Dreyer, L. Doan, M. Cox, L. Coen, C.
Swigara, S. Thorp
Top Row L-R Coach Tilton, L. Crunch, A. Spang, C. Kaczynski, J.K. Blanchard,
A. Pischner, K. Foltz, M.J. Crunch, Coach Ron Cox
Elk Rapids 1-1
St Francis 1-1
Boyne City 2-0
East Jordan 2-0
Central Lake 0-2
Inland Lakes 2-0
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Coach Tilton, and Waja Wujick
Front Row; E. Howard, M. LaBlance, S. Lundy, T. Allison, L. Pair, R. LaVoie, T. Frederick. Back Row: T. Terry, T. Kryzinski, C.
Pair, C. Matye, M. Dietel, S. Ritt, S. Warner, R. Zeilers, J. Joy, D. Dobulis, A. Friedinger. Missing: J. Pfiuecke, B. Parsel, S.
Arnold, J. Lovell, and Coach E. Lundteigen.
David Dobulis and Chris Matye
We finished the regular season
2-4. At the conference champion-
ship we tied for 2nd place. At the
regionals we placed 4th. The #3
doubles team, Ron Zeilers and
Jamie Pfiuecke, won both the
conference and the regionals.
Tony Kryzinski, Ron Zeilers, Matt Dietel,
and Jamie Pluecke
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Lundteigen, Sarah Ritt, and
Team members watching from the side
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MsLfEJl^!!! MARINE SERVICE
125 Belvecere Ave
Charlevoix, MI 49720
06585 SUITE B. 547-9945
HQM€S DeSlGN€D LUtTH VOU IN MIND
105 W HurlbiM » Ch3fl«voix. Ml 49720
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AUTO PARTS STORES
THE RIGHT PLACE TO BUY AUTO PARTS
802 BRIDGE STREET
7:30-5:30 WEEK DAYS 8:00-4:00 SATURDAY
(616) 547-6529 OR 1-800-348-4211 CLOSED
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1400 Bridge Street
Charlevoix, Mi. 49720
303 BELVEDERE AVENUE
CHARLEVOIX, MICHIGAN 49720
NEW PATIENTS WELCOME
SOUTH US 31 HIGHWAY • BOX 198 • BAY
SHORE, MI 49711
(616) 347-6038 or 1-800-SUBARUS
FACTORY AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR
SUBARU OF AMERICA
Leslie Van De Car
• Senior — Family
• On Location
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Dining by the Bridge
Serving Lunch and Dinner Year Round
106 Pine River Lane Charlevoix 547-4311
DR. WILLIAM R. TODD
414 PETOSKEY STREET
PBTOSKEY, MICHIGAN 49770
"Specializing In 4x4 Trucks
And Import Cars"
New Vehicles * Used Vehicles
Service, Leasing • Parts * Body Shop
825 Charlevoix Ave Petoskey 347-9651
BARRON AMD GOLSKI
J^ttomeys M Laio
Daniel B. Barron ■ Harry K. Golski
Pine River Building
Charlevoix. Michigan 49720
FROM YOUR HOMETOWN
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1993
Three Locations to better serve you
201 State Street
Charlevoix, MI 49720
St. James, Ml 49782
120 N. Lake Street
Boyne City, MI 49712
MdOF THE RED Di
CLASS OF 9 J
Ph. (616) 547-4941
APTAIN S CORNER SHOPPING CENTER
M-66 AND U.S. 31
Charlevoix, Mich. 49720
219 Ferry Avenue
Cfiarlewix, Michigan 49720 j^
Lie. # 81-09545
Residential • Commercial • Plumbing & Heating
00619 Norwood Road
Charlevoix, MI 49720
Owner Kirby Dipert
AUTO SALES. Inc. -
1516 Bridge Street
'Charlevoix, Michigan 49720
(616) 547 0500
Owner Chuck Center
reviously Owned Automobiles Car rentals Cellular Phones
Athletic Footwear — Team Sports
441 E. Mitchell St., Petoskey, MI 49770 616-347-
Patrick J. McKeown
MCKEOWN DODGE CITY
06691 U.S. 31 SOUTH
HARLEVOIX, MICHIGAN 42720
PAT MCKEOWN FORD, INC.
06725 U.S. 31 SOUTH
CHARLEVOIX, MICHIGAN 4972Q^
P.O. Box 125
Charlevoix, Michigan 49720
CLASS OF '93
Specialists in Advanced Design Loading Systems
Home Phone: 547-6916
Old Orchard Road
Charlevoix, Michigan 49720
THE HIGHER COSTS OF
EDUCATION NEEDN'T LOWER
iX OLD KIENT
See Old Kent ,^p
about a low interest student loan.
Common Sense Uncoinmon Service
OLD KENT BANK 1889
RENTAL & MANAGEMENT COMPANY
100 Park Avenue, Suite 4 • Charlevoix, Michigan
JC MhJrk X inllliXii
Petoskey & Harbor Springs
Congradulations Class of 93!!
LICENSED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
08374 PINCHERRY RD.
CHARLEVOIX, MI 49720
Bank & Trust
Vice-President — Petoskey
300 Howard Street
Petoskey, Michigan 49770
Carison Travel Network
907 Bridge St.
Charlevoix, Mi. 49720
Fax: 616 547-5619
MOTEL — RESTAURANT — LOUNGE
219 Ferry Ave
Py Charlevoix. Michigan 49720
! (616) 547-2960 (800) 678-0912
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1993
Best wishes from everyone at Charlevoix
special foods from the orchards, field
and forests of Northern Michigan.
309 BRIDGE STREET, CHARLEVOIX,
Birkenstock K-Swiss Keds Nike
Bass Hi-Tec Teva
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219 Bridge • Charlevoix, MI 49720 • 616/547-2761
— Since 1919 —
Congradulations Class of 93!
(616) 547-9967 ,.
DR. WIULIAM R. TODD
414 PETOSKEY STREET
PETOSKEY. MICHIGAN 49770
Ed And Judie Johnson
Open At 6:00 A.M.
• STORM WINDOWS
• STORM DOORS
• PRIME WINDOWS
• SLIDING GLASS DOORS
• STEEL ENTRANCE DOORS
• GLASS AND SCREEN REPAIR
217 Stover Road, Charlevoix, Ml 49720
Phone (616) 547-2931 or 547-9603
Congradulations Class of 93!
RESORT * RESIDENTIAL
w:-^ INDUSTRIAL * COMMERICAL
^y^ BUSINESS BROKERAGE
INVESTMENT PROPERTIES '
A Professional Service Group
100 Mich, Ave.
Edgew3t£T Irm Shops
702 BRIDGE • CHARLEVOIX
FAMILY HAIR CARE;
• Style Culs
• Nail Care
• Be<ird Trims
• Skin Care
Barbara M. McGlinch
6 f 6-547 -on 3
m MmtaiMmit^ ' ^ ^ m mmt A- ■ mam
1411 BRIDGE STREET
CHARLEVOIX. Ml 49720
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
SUN-THURS: 11:00 A.M.-9:00 P.M.
FBI & SAT; 11;00 A.M.-10;00 P.M.
STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES
HOME OFFICES • BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS
1301 S. Bridge
Charlevoix, MI 49720 Off. Phone 616-547-6001
CONGRATULATIONS, JULIE GENGLE AND
ALL OF THE CLASS OF 1992!
C.H. SMITH COMPANY
Ben, Sue, Justin, and Guy too,
Diggin' 'n Dozen'
07855 Boyne City Road
CHARLEVOIX, MICHIGAN 49720
BASEMENTS • SEPTIC SYSTEMS •
DRIVEWAYS • GRADING
LAND CLEARING • TRUCKING • BACKHOE
SAND & GRAVEL • FILL & BLACK DIRT •
Congratulations Matt Smith!
Best Wishes to the
Class of 1993
John A. Merrill,
''Excellence In Caring''
Your Phone Call Is Always Welcome
■^■j'SgS Emergency Time Available Daily rgO
I'Umyif^^j Most Insurance Plans Accepted ^^^
06483 M-66 North, Across From Kmart • Charlevoix
Paving a Excavating
Swanson K & D Contracting
KEVIN AND DAVE SWANSON
610 NORWOOD RD.
Charlevoix. Ml 49720
Fresh & Smoked
Fish and Seafood
John Cross Fisheries
209 Belvedere Avenue
Charlevois, Michigan 49720
David a "^o^
303 BELVEDERE AVENUE
CHARLEVOIX, MICHIGAN 49720
NEW PATIENTS WELCOME
An W[% (616)547-4148
111 ANTRIM ST.-CHARLEVOIX
STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES
HOME OFFICES — BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS
1301 S. Bridge Street
Charlevoix, MI 49720 Off. Phone 616-547-6001
M CLASS OF 1993!
i||i|||: Congratulations And
Best Wishes From
Some of The
1992 Charlevoix High School
Graduates Now Attending
North Central Michigan College
liliillilil;. In Petoskey.
Off-campus centers in Gaylord & (^ehoygan ^^
151S Howard Street
* Vinyl Floor
* Wall Paper
• Window Blinds
• Painting Supplies
• Spray Equipment
• Custom Color Matching
Dry Wall Tools
From Residential To Commercial
WE'VE GOT YOU COVERED
06585 M-66 North 2038 Harbor- Petoskey Rd.
Charlevoix, MI 49720 Petoskey, MI 49770
(616) 547-2299 (616) 348-'^969
-; 5891 M66N.,
Charlevoix, Mi. 49720
CONGRATULATIONS CHAMP! WE
LOVE YOU VERY MUCH!
MOM AND DAD.
"LOVE THAT SMILE."
EYES! WE LOVE YOU!
MOM AND DAD.
HEY, THIS IS FUN. CAN I THROW
THE SHOT PUT WHEN 1 GROW UP?
"DO YOUR BEST — " THE DASH AF-
TER IT IS IMPORTANT:
Call or Write :
Frederick J. Siegwart
REMODELING - DESIGN SERVICE
CAD- Computer Aided Design
04980 Lakeshore Drive
Charlevoix. MI 49720
SHEILA, SHICO, SHOOKIE, SHOOCON, SHELOLO, NO MAT-
TER WHAT YOU CALL HER. SHEILA IS ONE WONDERFUL
LOVE MOM AND DAD.
Love your family.
Light truck repair
1. United Nations relief effort to feed the starving in Somalia
2. Boris Yelstin being elected President of the Russian Rtepublics
3. War in Yugoslavia kills thousands. Ethnic cleansing the reason for this war.
1. Largest gay rights movement in Washington D.C. based on the possibility that President Clinton would lift the ban
on Gays in the military.
2. Hurricane Andrew destroys most of Southern Florida. Estimated damage being over a billion dollars.
3. Largest winter storm in 80 years hit East coast and paralyzed area for 3-4 days.
4. Branch Davidian Cult in Waco, Texas is burned to ground by followers killing 80-90 people including women and
1. Closing of Kalkaska schools at 140 days due to lack of money to operate schools.
2. Proposed raising of state sales tax from 4% to 6%.
3. Dr. Jack Kevorkian encourages use of his suicide machine for those patients that the medical field are unable to
1. Bridge in Charlevoix receives major repair. This is the first time that this has happened since 1948
2. Power Plant near Ferry Beach burns to the ground.
3. Charlevoix Area Hospital expands it's size and services offered.
4. Firing of 4 volunteer firemen causing major backlash to fire department.
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